FMPA’s Power Resources team conducts a hurricane exercise for the employees at the Stock Island Generating Facility and Treasure Coast Energy Center on Monday via Microsoft Teams.
Two solar sites that are part of the Florida Municipal Solar Project are nearing the end of construction as crews prepare the solar farms for commercial operation.
FMPA’s All-Requirements Project’s (ARP) overnight sale of energy to Reedy Creek Improvement District that began in January has been extended for the summer and will run through September.
Five Florida cities announced plans to lower bills in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing the number of utilities that will provide financial relief for customers to 21.
FMPA’s Power Resources Department started storm preparations for the upcoming hurricane season. Training and drills for FMPA employees will begin May 13.
FMPA’s Board of Directors meets Thursday at 9 a.m. via teleconference. The Board will discuss COVID-19 efforts for customers and updated electric loads and impacts.
FMPA signed a Resource Management Agreement with The Energy Authority (TEA) last week.
FMPA’s All-Requirements Project (ARP) overnight sale of energy to Reedy Creek Improvement District that began in January has been extended through April.
FMPA cancelled its Trainings and Roundtables through the end of April and will reach out to members when the meetings are rescheduled.
FMPA’s Public Relations Department shared videos last week with members’ communicators to explain why some residential customers might not have power while their neighbors do.